Lost Creek Wolf Pack Eliminated
NPS wildlife biologists lost the ability to research radio-collared wolves from the Lost Creek pack, which has historically used Yukon-Charley Rivers. The Alaska Dept of Fish and Game eliminated all 11 members of the pack outside of the preserve last week More »
Things To Know Before You Come
Whether you are planning a trip to Yukon-Charley Rivers or, you are just interested in learning more about this fascinating place and area, this is the place to explore. What to expect from the oftentimes harsh northern climate, hints on planning extended trips down the mighty Yukon River, and assistance in keeping yourself and others safe are here for you to explore and absorb. Always remember that the staff is available to answer any questions you have either before or after your arrival. Visit our contact page to talk to a ranger.
Additional information about trip planning and outdoor recreation in Interior Alaska is available from the Alaska Public Lands Information Center.
When you're on your own in the wilderness, safety should be your utmost concern. Learn about planning a safe trip to the preserve.
Learn about staying in the eight free public use cabins in Yukon-Charley Rivers.
Learn about the significant values of Yukon-Charley Rivers and what makes it such a unique unit in the National Park Service system.
Interior Alaska is a land of extremes; learn about the seasons and what you may encounter on your adventure.
While no area in the preserve is closed to pets, there are special regulations in place to protect resources and you and your pet.
The preserve offers excellent hunting opportunities
Did You Know?
The Washington Creek steam tractor was used in an effort to transport coal before it was determined that the coal in Yukon-Charley was too soft to be burned by sternwheelers.